A Bit of Background
LabRats is an outside of school-time program that borrows the best social elements of Scouting (and sports and ROTC programs as well) to create an education program based on character development, leadership training, and inspiring a passion for community service. Only instead of teaching campfires and square knots, LabRats does this by engaging young people in the most comprehensive hands-on science program ever developed.
Like the Boy Scouts, LabRats has two divisions for young people of different ages. LabRats Young Explorers introduces kids 8-10 years to a rich STEM program that lays a thorough foundation. The LabRats Senior Explorers program, for young people aged 11 - 18, helps students excel in all STEM subjects. Many Senior Explorers will original discoveries or inventions by the time they complete the program.
Members typically meet once per week for between 60 and 90 minutes where they are coached by a professional educator who is certified in the LabRats system of instruction. LabRats is ideal for character development and academic enrichment for kids in every type of school. Homeschool families typically meet during the day, while kids who attend traditional schools typically meet in the late afternoons and early evenings.
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